HARTFORD—Eleven minutes after the last polls closed in Bridgeport, Connecticut’s new attorney general, George Jepsen, delivered his acceptance address to the crowd needed at the Hartford Society Room. In his address, Jepsen told the crowd he “can’t wait to get started” despite what he said is a lot of work ahead of him. He said »
Only a half hour before all the polls close around Connecticut, supporters of Democrat Dan Malloy at the Hartford Society Room are anxious yet optomistic after several news sources have proclaimed victory for Richard Blumenthal LAW ’73. “I think he’s going to win once results from the cities come in,” Jim DellaVolpe, mayor of Ansonia, »
As Yalies get out to vote today, the Web is offering a number of resources to make the process easier. Google has set up an election center where voters can find the nearest polling station to them. By visiting googleelectioncenter.com, Yalies can figure out where to go to vote near campus. Facebook is also reminding »
Students awoke this morning to signs posted on their doors and around campus encouraging them to get out to vote. The signs provided general information on where Yalies should go to vote today. The Yale College Democrats began canvassing the campus at 7:30 am, according to an email from the group.